Diary of Dorkius Maximus

Diary of Dorkius Maximus Dorkius Maximus is a young boy growing up in ancient Rome This hilarious diary recounts his exploits as desperate to become a great Roman hero Dorkius enlists the help of his father s friend Stoutu

  • Title: Diary of Dorkius Maximus
  • Author: Tim Collins
  • ISBN: 9781780550275
  • Page: 264
  • Format: Paperback
  • Dorkius Maximus is a young boy growing up in ancient Rome This hilarious diary recounts his exploits as, desperate to become a great Roman hero, Dorkius enlists the help of his father s friend, Stoutus, to teach him the noble art of fighting But heroism doesn t come naturally to Dorkius Plus, his dad doesn t listen to him, his friends pick on him, and his mum is inDorkius Maximus is a young boy growing up in ancient Rome This hilarious diary recounts his exploits as, desperate to become a great Roman hero, Dorkius enlists the help of his father s friend, Stoutus, to teach him the noble art of fighting But heroism doesn t come naturally to Dorkius Plus, his dad doesn t listen to him, his friends pick on him, and his mum is interested in her sacred chickens Dorkius knows there s a mighty warrior inside him, just waiting to get out isn t there Humorously illustrated by Andrew Pinder, this book will delight any child who would like to get a taste of life as an ancient geek.

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    • Dorkius Maximus sonha em ser um herói de Roma para quando, depois de morrer e passar pelo Julgamento dos Três Juízes ir direto para o Campo dos Elíseos e não passar pelo Tártaro. Para contar sua saga, ele resolve escrever um diário contando as etapas de como conseguirá tal feitio. Ele mora com os pais, tem um irmão mais velho, Brawnus que serve ao exército de seu país e, portanto, já é considerado um herói. O tempo todo ele se compara e é comparado a ele. Também tem três "amigos [...]


    • I am really enjoying this book simply because it is so funny. I would really recommend it Dourkius Maximus is trying to be be the greatest hero in roman history he writes in a diary every day to keep track of his failing life at the moment,things aren't looking so positive 'friends' are bullying him,his Dad dosen't listen to anyone and all his mom cares about is sacared chickens all he wants is to be trained to be as powerfull and holly as heros who knows maybe one day he might be called to save [...]


    • Dit is boek in de trant van Leven van een loser, maar dan leuk. Nurdius is een loser in de tijd en de stad van Julius Ceasar. Ik heb genoten van de lachwekkende situaties en daarnaast heb ik wat geleerd over het leven in die tijd. Een boek voor jonge nerds? Waarschijnlijk is het een uitstekend boek voor leergierige jongens in de leeftijd van tien tot twaalf jaar. De tekeningen vormen een onderdeel van het verhaal en dat maakt het minder geschikt om voor een klas voor te lezen.


    • Dorkius Maximus is determined to be a Roman hero! Read all about his struggles to be a hero and his plot to save Julius Caesar from being murdered! Dorkius saves Caesar from the murderers, and is rewarded with a trip to Egypt! This book has everything from humour to excitement and adventure! This book is good because it's about a dorky boy, who has problems and isn't perfect, which means you can relate with him better.


    • This book to me felt like a Diary of a Wimpy Kid wannabe. I don't really like the Diary of a Wimpy Kid series that much, so this was not very good for me. I know this is a really short review, but I do not have anything more to say.


    • Oldest one (girl 10) liked it. Younger one (boy 8) thought it too disgusting - especially the pulling out brains through the nose (mummies…). That is indeed quite disgusting when you give it some thought :-)


    • My 10yo daughter rated this. She says it's ok, but not amazing. A good story for fun, light reading. My opinion, it catches the kids attention enough to keep the, going and it good reading for fluency.


    • This book is amaze! I would feel like if I had a amazing gladiator mosaic and then one day he died in a gladiator fight it would be like oh now I have to spend $300000000000 to get another one


    • amusing book to read. i had several good laughs. it also presents odd facts about living in that era in rome. laughs and education. love this book.


    • Actually I already finished reading this book yesterday, and I just came back here in the internet world. So yeah, I totes love this book. The humor was outstanding. One of my fave books so far.



    • It's a light, fun and quick story, plus the details of the olden Roman days is quite interesting, even though I doubt whether it's true or not.




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